Springfield 1911

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by BUZO71, Mar 8, 2009.

  1. BUZO71

    BUZO71
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    this Is what I'm considering for my next purchase... any thoughts?
     
  2. Spray-n-pray

    Spray-n-pray
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    I guess it's ok. That is, if you have a liking for fine firearms.....
     
  3. krawl

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    Springfield 1911's are excellent.
     
  4. PlayboyPenguin

    PlayboyPenguin
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    I hope you can find one. Those are awesome. The two-tone look is really hot looking and Springfields function flawlessly in my experiences.
     
  5. wakeadrian

    wakeadrian
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    My husband loves his Springfield 1911.
     
  6. tuckerha

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    Go for it. I love both of mine.
     
  7. jordanvraptor

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    I think its a fine choice. I personally prefer Colts but it is a personal choice based on looks and historical affiliation, not on quality or performance. My buddy has a Springfield Mil Spec and it shoots great.
     
  8. RickB

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    I'll second the "hope you can find one" comment. Springfield 1911s are in short supply, and I've heard they are saying "months" to inquiries about when specific models may be available.
     
  9. Rix

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    Mine jammed just about every round.
    Might just be a bit of burring on the extractor.
    Need to go shoot it some more to find out.
     
  10. Old Dog

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    I've bought a number of SA 1911s since 1992. Never had a bad one.

    The Black Stainless Loaded is the best-looking 1911 out there for the price point. Compares in looks to the Kimber Eclipse (except no frontstrap checkering), which'll run you a couple hundred more bucks.
     
  11. 9mmPDX

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    We all like it. :thumbup:

    But you know you've already made up your mind... :devil:
     

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